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Ethics panel votes for further investigation

...presented any evidence Tuesday to contradict a citizen complaint. The commission denied a written request from Ms. Johnson's attorney to postpone the hearing until after the criminal appeal and instead expects to hold the hearing early next year...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/09/22/met_270830.shtml
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Wilson out of contest

Republican candidate Brian Wilson has been disqualified in the election for Georgia's state House District 118 seat, but he said Monday he might run for mayor or a seat on the Augusta Commission. Mr. Wilson filed as a candidate in the wrong district when he qualified to run for office, according to a ruling by an administrative law judge for the Georgia Secretary of State's Office.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/06/16/met_231002.shtml
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Judge hears zoning dispute

Republican House of Representatives candidate Brian Wilson will have to wait until the middle of next week to see whether his name will be on the ballot in the July 21 primaries. Republican challenger Davida Johnson questioned Mr. Wilson's residency, a factor that determines whether he's qualified to run in the local district 118 race next month. Ms. Johnson and Mr. Wilson are running for the same seat.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/06/05/met_230229.shtml
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Convicted senator signals plans to resign

...Court Chief Judge G. Ernest Tidwell saying Ms. Johnson would resign. During a sentencing hearing Friday, Ms. Johnson's attorney, Stephanie Kearns, asked that Chief Judge Tidwell release the senator on bond while she appeals. If he denies...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/11/10/met_273529.shtml
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Senator worked with lottery

ATLANTA -- Already under investigation for her business dealings with the state, newly obtained records show that Savannah's state Sen. Diana Harvey Johnson also did work for Georgia Lottery Corp. in 1993. Ms. Johnson's company, CAA Consulting, received about $3,400 for temporary office furniture and advertising in 1993 and 1995, according to lottery records. Though Georgia Lottery attorney Wanda Wilson said the payments do not violate agency conflict of interest rules, the payments further the senator's track record of seeking such money for her consulting firm.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/11/12/met_217391.shtml
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